You've said Steve Nash is one of your favorite players. What is it you like about his game?
"The way he stays aggressive, he's always attacking, always using the pick-and-roll, never gets tired, finds the open guy, hits the mid-range (jumper), his crazy layups, hits the 3 when he's open. I've always been a fan."
How do like all the attention you've received lately?
"Hey, I answer a couple of questions and trying to keep it going. It's working out."
Do you sense you have more fans now?
"Oh, no question. Anytime you're playing like that and you're helping the team win, you're going to make more fans. That comes and goes, though."
Do you think you have so many fans because you're small?
"I don't look at it that way. I'm playing basketball and it's working out for us."
Does your success depend on who is guarding you? Does it matter if your defender is tall, short, strong, sleek?
"I'm still going to be aggressive and play my game, so it doesn't matter, really."
What did you think when you saw 5-foot-9 Nate Robinson out there guarding you Tuesday night?
"I don't really see who's guarding me. I just look for who's going to set the screen for me and how I'm going to get to the paint."
Did you feel overlooked before, and are opponents now paying closer attention to you?
"I sense a difference. They pay more attention to me. Sometimes they're going to be good nights, sometimes they're going to be bad nights and sometimes they're going to be OK nights. I just have to stay aggressive."
In what ways have you become a better player?
"Not jumping to make a pass when I get to the paint. Not turning the ball over so much. Taking my time. If the first ball screen doesn't work, bring it back out and do it again. Stuff like that."
At the pace you play, would you be able to play 30-35 minutes, if needed?
"If I get used to it. In college (Northeastern) I used to play 38-40 minutes. I gotta get used to it. I'd have to drink more water." (smiling)